Investors who stick to boring companies that churn out cash have been well-rewarded over the long-term.
Dividends can be cut by firms in trouble, or where management decides to do something else with its cash flow. Here’s what to look out for…
Dividend investing is much more popular than 20 years ago, and that’s brought out some critics. We think they protest too much…
Our dividend investing specialist is back, and this time he’s looking at small caps for dividend income.
Even the most blue chip dividend payers can go astray, as this retrospective case study on Tesco demonstrates…
A growing income stream is the stuff of investing Nirvana. Here’s how to check out a promising dividend growth share.
Drowning in data? Submerged by a smorgasbord of shares? You need to tighten up your investment process to focus on what mattes.
Identifying decent dividend shares is one thing, but to invest for the long term in a growing income stream you need to build and manage a portfolio.
All too often, dividend investors base their investment decisions on yield alone, with little regard for the price they paid for the share.
Wwhen researching high-yield shares, our top job is to identify and fully understand why the share is offering a high-yield, and whether it’s sustainable.
Want a list of potentially pukka dividend paying shares in a hurry? The Analyst explains how to use a share screener to zero in.
The Analyst turns his attention to the different yields available in the market from dividend paying shares. Is big always best for income seekers?
The Analyst explains why different companies pay different sized dividends. (It’s not just down to stinginess on the part of management!)
The Analyst yields to no man, and no investing jargon, either. (See what I did there?)